At the beginning of this case study I did know any students that were ESOL. However, after talking to friends about my predicament, they began to give me suggestions and I was able to get two students to use for the case student. Originally, I hoped that I would have
Cory is naturally brilliant at sports due to his father skills. In his early years Troy played baseball as a result, Cory is now playing football. He was fantastic at playing football, same as his father was at playing baseball. That is why he was recruited. According to the reading Cory says “coach Zellman say the recruiter going be coming by to talk to you”(35). Cory was excellent at football, much like his dad at baseball. In order to be recruited he has to be skilled and get excellent grades. According to the reading Cory says, “I get good grades, Pop. That’s why the recruiter wants to talk with you. You got to keep up your grades to get recruited. This way I’ll be going to college”(36). He was a respectable student that received excellent
Nurse Ratched attempts to sway Billy away from his newfound path in order to regain control over the ward. McMurphy and Nurse Ratched’s rivalry is a constant and intense battle. “And we’re all sitting there… watching the gray screen just like we could see the baseball game clear as day, and she’s ranting and screaming behind us. If somebody’d of come in and took a look… a fifty-year old woman hollering and squealing at the back of their heads about discipline and order and recriminations, they’d of thought the whole bunch was crazy as loons” (144-145). No matter how hard Nurse Ratched tries to control McMurphy, he does not conform to her rule. Though Nurse Ratched controls the television and does not allow the patients to watch the World Series,
LESSON PLAN Name: WGU Task Objective Number: 602.4.15-35 GENERAL INFORMATION Lesson Title & Subject(s): Mathematics Topic or Unit of Study: Solving multi-step math problems Grade/Level: 3 Instructional Setting: It is a third grade classroom of 20 students (8 girls and 12 boys) seated in 5 groups of 4. Most of the students are of Hispanic ethnicity, and the teacher can speak Spanish fluently and uses this skill when deemed necessary. Some students are also Caucasian, and there are a couple of African American and Asian students as well.
The potent, abstruse race, the buggers, are arranging their third incursion on Earth again. The incursion could occur any second. In order to terminate the buggers from striking planet Earth again, the world is in great desideratum of a Battle Commander who is capable of helping humanity survive. The fate
In a small town named Bundlebourough, there was a small, evil-mannered, faction within the town. They did many things that seemed trivial at the time, but eventually ended up having a very big impact on the town. Although they did not conjure up an evil army from the dead, they had many other natural methods to cause their town’s current government to crumble. They caused the entire prodigious group of men who ran the town to be overthrown! First, in order to dissemble their persona, they pretended to represent an uncommon religion called “destructivism.” They then made a covenant with each other to never reveal the true name and purpose of their group.
The school does not have offer an ESL program and there aren’t any teachers who speak Spanish that they can communicate with. There are many times that having a Spanish speaker assist in instruction would benefit one specific student. This student struggles to communicate what he is trying to say. There have been multiple times my cooperating teacher just nods or agrees because she cannot decode what he is saying. In the case, a translator would be beneficial to support him and help him communicate. I have heard the students use their L1 during lunch with other Spanish speaking students. In the 6th grade social studies class, the teacher tries her best to decode what this student is saying. She gives him plenty of wait time, and will reword what he is saying to help make sense of it for the rest of the class. She will also ask him for clarification by asking him a question regarding his answer. It is obvious the student appreciates this teacher’s support. He gets very excited when she is able to rephrase what he is saying to make sense. Seeing the excitement in this student’s eyes is very rewarding. I think it is essential for these students to have these moments of
Mirek needs to feel safe. He needs to be understood by other students. … He needs to feel himself as a part of the group… He needs to feel his importance… What could the teacher do to meet Mirek’s need to be safe? (3 or 4 bullet points)
In the book Speak, we have been introduced to 4 teachers as of now, Mr.Freeman Mr.Neck Hairwoman and the Spanish teacher. Hairwoman reminds of a very happy on the outside and depressed on the inside kind of person. She has orange and black hair, she is kind of drooping about, you can’t see her face because of all of her hair. I imagine her to be pushing her students and making them do lots of unnecessary work. Mr.Neck, this teacher already doesn’t like our main character, he seems like a teacher only liked by few. The good kids who did their work. He seems very stingy not the kind of teacher that you would want to be angry at you, he works for lunch duty, and looks like he would avoid connecting to students that do not like his opinions. Mr.
My daughter, Mellanie Cruz, is currently attending Olive Street School. During the 2015-2016 school year, she was enrolled as a pre-kindergarten in Mrs. Gutierrez class. For the next school year, I would like Mellanie to attend her class as a kindergartener. I feel having Mellanie attend Mrs. Gutierrez class for the new school year will reduce a lot of back to school anxiety that may arise being in a new environment since she already feels comfortable with that teacher. One thing that I really appreciate about Mrs. Gutierrez as a teacher is the communication she has with us as parents. Anything whether it is positive, negative, or any concerns she may have, she is open with us and is of help in any way she can be. At this time, I would like
Michelle Snyder ESL Teacher Interview TE 826 Dr. Glenn Tracy 2-22-12 My person that I interviewed is very unique besides being a very good teacher. She had received the honor of being selected ‘Teacher of the Year” a few years back here at Perkins County Schools (Grant, NE), so I knew her methods and strategies were tried and true. She has several different hats in our school system with English Language Learner (ELL) being just one part. She was asked to work with/for me in this program with our high school ELL students while I concentrated on Elementary and Middle School. She is in charge of the district’s Speech department which has also had great success. Finally, she is the school’s Spanish teacher, and a very good one. I have
In the 21st century, many shows about important American times and events have premiered. For example, Hairspray, which is set in the 1960s, came to Broadway in 2002. Tracy Turnblad, an overweight girl, achieves her dreams of dancing and helps end segregation on television (“Hairspray”). Another is Hamilton, which took America by storm when it debuted in 2016. It showed the life of Alexander Hamilton and the birth of America through rap music, and gained instant popularity. In fact, the year after Hamilton debuted, the name “Hamilton” became more common; Alexander Hamilton stayed on the 10 dollar bill, and more people on average stop by to see his grave (The Hamilton Effect). Hamilton is teaching many generations about the birth of America
Motivational Interview Project The person that I interviewed for this project was my nineteen-year-old brothers girlfriend Liv Postl. Liv is 18 years old and is a senior this year. Some extra curricular school activities that she is active that may influence her motivation with school work include she is in
From my opinion, the men expect Tom in this novel are gruff, morally weaker and very bad. And for the female character, they are all kind to their slaves and believed in Christian. For example, Mr. Shelby is a man who did not believe Christian and want to sell Tom and Harry. It may lead to separated Eliza and her son because he did speculate the loss of his own business. So because of the money and benefit, he had to sell them to slave-trader, Haley. But contrary to Tom, he serves the role of moral guide. As a typical Christian, he showed his sacrifice and he would rather be sold to the South in order not to let his master go bankrupt.